Robust Image Restoration for Motion Blur of Image Sensors
AbstractBlind image restoration algorithms for motion blur have been deeply researched in the past years. Although great progress has been made, blurred images containing large blur and rich, small details still cannot be restored perfectly. To deal with these problems, we present a robust image restoration algorithm for motion blur of general image sensors in this paper. Firstly, we propose a self-adaptive structure extraction method based on the total variation (TV) to separate the reliable structures from textures and small details of a blurred image which may damage the kernel estimation and interim latent image restoration. Secondly, we combine the reliable structures with priors of the blur kernel, such as sparsity and continuity, by a two-step method with which noise can be removed during iterations of the estimation to improve the precision of the estimated blur kernel. Finally, we use a MR-based Wiener filter as the non-blind deconvolution algorithm to restore the final latent image. Experimental results demonstrate that our algorithm can restore large blur images with rich, small details effectively. View Full-Text
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Yang, F.; Huang, Y.; Luo, Y.; Li, L.; Li, H. Robust Image Restoration for Motion Blur of Image Sensors. Sensors 2016, 16, 845.
Yang F, Huang Y, Luo Y, Li L, Li H. Robust Image Restoration for Motion Blur of Image Sensors. Sensors. 2016; 16(6):845.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yang, Fasheng; Huang, Yongmei; Luo, Yihan; Li, Lixing; Li, Hongwei. 2016. "Robust Image Restoration for Motion Blur of Image Sensors." Sensors 16, no. 6: 845.
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